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An Almost Dancer (paperback edition)

Robert Nye

£7.99

 

A new collection from the award-winning poet, Robert Nye.

 

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Antonin Artaud

Lee Jamieson

£9.99

 

An outline of the life and career of French dramatist and theoretician.

 

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Balzac

Wendy Mercer

£7.99

 

A succinct introduction to the life and writings of 19th-century French writer Balzac, creator of the vast Comedie Humaine.

 

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Baudelaire: Les Fleurs du Mal

F.W. Leakey (translator)

£9.95

 

Classic edition of Baudelaire's work. Groundbreaking, scandalous, and unashamedly erotic, Les Fleurs du Mal marks a milestone not just in French but in world poetry.

 

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Between Two Worlds: A Survey of Writing in Britain 1900-1914

Hugh Underhill

£14.95

 

A survey of writing in Britain between 1900 and 1914

 

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Blue Moon

Marnie Pomeroy

£9.99

 

Marnie Pomeroy's unique and creative voice is showcased in Blue Moon.

 

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Body of Truth: D.H. Lawrence, The Nomadic Years, 1919-1930

Philip Callow

£6.99

 

A sequel to his acclaimed volume on D.H. Lawrence's early years, Son and Lover, this volume concentrates on Lawrence's travels across Europe and his parallel development as one of the most important novelists in English.

 

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Brave New World: Aldous Huxley

Neil Root

£7.99

 

A brief guide to the classic novel of the future and a key text in dystopian literature.

 

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Charles Dickens

Robert Giddings

£9.99

 

An overview of one of the giants of the English novel. Explores the main influences on Dickens' work and places it firmly in the context of Victorian thought and culture.

 

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Christina Rossetti

Marnie Pomeroy

£12.99

 

Marnie Pomeroy examines the foremost poet of the Pre-Raphaelite movement.

 

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